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Our Brexit Promise – Your Holiday is in Safe Hands

Updated 15th April 2019 – The Brexit extension to the 31st October 2019 has provided absolute certainty that all travel arrangements will remain as they are today until this date, at the very least. Until there is confirmation of a deal, or a no deal exit, please follow the existing advice on this page.

Updated 4th April 2019 – The European Union has confirmed that, even in the event of a no deal exit, UK citizens will not need a visa to travel within the EU for short stays under 90 days in a 180 day period.

Updated: 29th March 2019 – Despite the ongoing situation regarding Brexit and the United Kingdom’s relationship with the European Union, we want to reassure you that, regardless of the outcome, your holiday is completely safe when booking with Leger.

As the discussion surrounding the UK’s relationship with the European Union continues, it’s understandable that you may have questions when it comes to booking your next holiday, especially to Europe. That’s why we’d like to take this opportunity to reassure you that, when you book your holiday with Leger, you are completely protected, whatever the outcome.

Money Back Guarantee

All of our holidays are fully-bonded by ABTA, so you can rest assured that in the unlikely event that travel to and from the European Union is disrupted and we are unable to operate your holiday, you will be entitled to a FULL refund.

What happens if I book a holiday before Brexit?

As it currently stands, the UK will remain a part of the EU until at least the 12th April 2019. Whilst there is still no confirmation of a deal, UK Citizens can be assured that flights will operate as normal throughout the EU, even in the event of a no deal scenario. In the event that a deal is agreed, the UK will enter a transition period meaning everything will stay the same until the end of December 2020. In the case of a no deal, the UK is intending to re-join the Interbus Agreement therefore coach travel should not be affected, and both the European Commision and British government have offered reassurance that air travel will operate as usual. As per existing advice, appropriate travel insurance will protect you in the event of illness or accident, however, it is recommended that you ensure your passport is valid for at least 6 months after your planned date of arrival in the EU.

For further information, ABTA have provided comprehensive Brexit travel advice and practical tips for travelling to the EU which can be found, here.

Brexit Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that Brexit is a complicated issue, and you may have questions regarding travel to Europe, so we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions with useful information regarding your holiday plans.

It is actually a great time to book your holiday to Europe. With plenty of availability and low deposit offers available from just £50pp, you really can secure a great deal by booking now.

The Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) have advised that, while there may be some changes post-Brexit, there is no reason to be concerned when booking a holiday to Europe. And you can rest assured that, as a member of ABTA, your holiday is completely protected when booking with Leger Holidays.

If the UK agrees a Brexit deal, the UK will enter a transition period in which everything would stay as it they are during this period meaning travel will be unaffected.

In the event of a no deal, there are some steps you may have to take to avoid unnecessary disruption to your travel plans, including ensuring you have a minimum of 6 months validity on your passport on the date of your arrival in the EU. You can find out more, here:

As of the 4th April 2019, the European Union have confirmed that UK citizens will not need a visa for short stays within the EU accumulating to 90 days within a 180 day period, even in the event of a no deal exit.

It is important to check the date that your passport expires. When travelling to the EU after the 29th March 2019, the UK Government recommends that you have 6 months left on your passport on the date you arrive in the EU.

You can use the Government’s website tool to check the validity of your passport under these rules.

The European Health Insurance Card allows any EU citizen to access state medical care when travelling in another EU country. In the event of a no-deal Brexit, these cards will no longer be valid.